The Emily’s Hope Substance Use Prevention Curriculum has been carefully designed to address growing concerns surrounding substance use and overdose in our communities. Our curriculum focuses on age-appropriate and evidence-based content that educates children about the risks of substance use while empowering them to make healthy choices. By fostering open communication between children, parents, and educators, we aim to create a supportive environment that promotes well-being and resilience.
Our K-5 Substance Use Prevention Curriculum is tailored to address the unique needs of young learners, delivering age-appropriate content that evolves with students as they grow. Following a successful pilot program in the 2022/2023 school year, our curriculum launched in the 2023/2024 school year, reaching 5,000 students across four states in 20 different schools. With our 6-12 curriculum anticipated for the following year, we're committed to providing a comprehensive solution for substance use prevention education in schools across the nation.
$300 funds one classroom!
Prevention is key to ending deaths caused by overdose, and we need your support to make this possible. By giving children the tools they need to make informed decisions, we can create a safer and healthier future for all. Join us in our mission to promote health choices and prevent substance use disorder & addiction in the next generation. Learn more here.
Emily’s Hope is dedicated to removing the stigma of substance use disorder through awareness, education, and prevention; and removing financial barriers for treatment and recovery.